When Sims Vibration Laboratory set out to develop their first tactical sling, they collaborated with those that know best the rigors of tactical weapons – law enforcement and military specialists. The collaboration required several prototypes, and hundreds of hours of field testing by various military and law enforcement agencies. But, when the smoke cleared, the SW Tactical Sling earned high marks and was ready for production.
When designing the SW Tactical Sling, Sims Vibration Laboratory had two critical goals; ease of use and comfort. The military-grade single and dual point connection makes it a quick and easy universal installation for all tactical firearms. The sling also features a quick-release harness system allowing for a quick disconnect from either the shoulder or the firearm. The lightweight contour design ensures that it is not bulky or cumbersome and can be shouldered quickly when getting into firing position.
For comfort, Limbsaver utilized their proprietary NAVCOM material (Noise and Vibration Control Material) which absorbs the transmission of vibration. The unique contour design, reduces shoulder fatigue, does not slip, and is comfortable for both left- or right-hand shooters. The nylon webbing is tested at 2000+ lb. strength, yet, still lightweight.
The SW Tactical Sling is offered in either black or black/tan and either one- or two-point connection. MSRP is $44.99.
For more information on the complete line of Limbsaver products, please visit www.limbsaver.com.
When Sims Vibration Laboratory set out to develop their first tactical sling, they collaborated with…
by Tactical-Life / Apr 17, 2013